Hey! First time here (and pretty new to mtb scene) so gimme some slack if I seem noobish.
My old frame (Trailfox TF01 2009, bought new 2011) cracked a while ago, and BMC said they could replace it with a 2013 TF01 brown model.
That's a good deal for me, cant complain.
Differences in the new model:
-Full carbon frame (old one full alu)
-150mm travel (old one 140mm)
-tapered head tube (old one 1 1/8")
I weigh about 110kg (240lbs). Am I too heavy for a carbon frame? I really know nothing about carbon mtb stuff
My old frame was 140mm, and as stated, the new one is 150mm. Can I use my old parts on the new frame? I'm running pretty low with money at the time, so I'm trying to get this done as cheap as possible. I'm aware that using shorter travel will make the geometry chance and drop the bb, but how much will it affect?
My current parts:
Fork: RS Revelation RLT '11 140mm
Shock: Fox RP2
I know there's the option to sell the new frame and get something else, but the market for this kind of frames where I'm located is quite small, and it would probably take a while to get the frame sold.
Thanks for your help in advance
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